What's on in the community


Living Longer Stronger

Over 50s can enjoy strength and balance classes at Miranda.

Developed by COTA, these are individually designed classes for each participant. Come along to improve your quality of life and meet new people.

Reasonably priced. An initial assessment is recommended to see which programs suits you.

Details: Susanne 0418 698 131 or email susanneparris@gmail.com

Movers and shakers: Get fit with fitness.

Movers and shakers: Get fit with fitness.


Dandelion Day fundraiser

Come along to a community baby shower and morning tea on November 25 from 10am-11.30am.

People are asked to bring nursery items big or small, pre-loved or new to go directly to help families in need this Christmas and beyond. You can still donate throughout the day between 9am-4pm.

Most wanted items include cots manufactured after 2003, single and double prams, newborn car seats manufactured after November 2014, baby gates, playmats, rattles, shape sorters, Lamaze toys, puzzles, unisex newborn clothes, cot and bassinet mattress protector and sheets, new nappy bag items.

Location is 49 English Street.

Details: www.kogarahcommunity.org.au/events or call 9553 6506.

Baby shower: Baby items are in need.

Baby shower: Baby items are in need.


New priest welcome

Reverend Father Greg Morgan, who has a doctorate degree and is an ordained priest, has joined St Catherine Labore at Gymea. The church is blessed to have him join its parish.

Every Wednesday in December at 7pm Father Greg will talk on a variety of issues. All welcome.


Archibald Prize

Hazelhurst is delighted to announce the Archibald Prize 2021 is coming from December 4-16.

See the artworks of 52 finalists.

Those who missed the exhibition at the Art Gallery of NSW earlier this year, have the opportunity to see it at Hazelhurst this summer.

Archibald in the shire: Gallery highlight.

Archibald in the shire: Gallery highlight.